Nicaragua keeps growth goals

The Central Bank of Nicargua will maintain its economic growth objectives, estimated at around 3% to 4%, despite the financial crisis.

Friday, October 10, 2008

Despite the financial crisis in the US, Nicaragua is not going to change its economic growth projections of 3% to 4% because "it was calculated based on the price of petroleum" which has been falling, said the president of the Bank, Antenor Rosales, to local station, Channel 8.
The impact of the financial crisis is still "not reflected" in the country; up to August there was an increase of 16.5% in family remittances in comparison to last year, while exports increased by 34%, said Rosales.



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